Children for a Better Future Learning Societyis a not-for-profit organization created by parents, educators and professionals committed to offer high quality child care and learning experiences to children, adolescents, parents and educators.
We want to accomplish our goal by offering programs, workshops and child care services in the Okanagan to support children, adolescents, parents and educators in the task of taking care of the next generation.
Our Manifesto We have a vision for a sustainable and harmonious world where people have the tools to be happy in their relationships, work, family and community.
We want to improve education so that our young people - the future generations – are enriched, not just educated, and empowered, not just skilled.
We want them to have what it takes to face every challenge and enjoy doing so.
We want them to know how to find and create balance in themselves and the world around them.
We encourage diversity and change-makers, not conformity.
We want them to have the leadership skills to make a better planet and a better life. We want to raise Children for a Better Future.
"Thank you very much, I feel that it is the first time my children are really listening to me. They have even started to be more cooperative at home." ~Mother of 7-year-old twins after a 5 week program
"She is in a different place than where she was 2 weeks ago.She is in a good mood, she cooperates with me more, and she is expressing her feelings in words more. For now, she has completely stopped any compulsive behavior." ~Mother of a 5-year-old girl with high stress and anxiety after a process of divorce of her parents
"Since our son started the program I have noticed that he is able to sleep better, he is happier and more creative. I felt a clear difference in his way of doing things. He is less afraid of trying new things than in the past. He laughs more and he is more eager to do what we are asking him to do." ~Parents of a two-year-old boy
"My children are much happier than before. There are much less tears at home than ever. It feels like there are many options and nothing makes them angry." ~Parents of two girls aged 2.5 and 5